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Masters ThesisSavvides, Michael RogerThe proliferation of Information and Communications Technologies is a gamechanger for international relations, and the classical theories are not suited for application in cyber studies. The current literature on cyber studies, is fragmented, and lack . . .
Masters ThesisGeospatial Analysis of the Effects of Canopy Insolation Partitioning on Biodiversity in a Temperate Montane ForestPaul Christian DunnIncident solar radiation (insolation) passing through the forest canopy to the ground surface is either absorbed or scattered. This phenomenon is known as attenuation and is measured in forest ecology using the extinction coefficient (K). The effect o . . .